Politics: Parliament and government

Party Unity is the key to understanding government and Parliament. Parliaments decline stems from the the increase of party unity. In 1900s 90% of MPs had a belief that if they do not vote for their party they csn not win the election. In 1900s 90% of MPs had a belief that if they do not vote for their party they csn not win. This created an imoression that government did not fear from parliament as they could rely on their loyal troops to approve their legislative programmes and maintain its power. This created 'ELECTIVE DICTATORSHIP'.

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Party Unity is the key to understanding government and Parliament.
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It is used by the executive to control the parliament.
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Parliaments decline stems from the increase of party unity.
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In 1900s 90% of MPs had a belief that if they do not vote for their party they csn not win the election.
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This created an impression that government did not fear from parliament as they could rely on their loyal troops to approve their legislative programmes and maintain its power.
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This created an 'ELECTIVE DICTATORSHIP'.
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In 1900s 90% of MPs had a belief that if they do not vote for their party they csn not win the election.

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This created an impression that government did not fear from parliament as they could rely on their loyal troops to approve their legislative programmes and maintain its power.

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